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How to send an outbound bank transfer?

How to send a bank transfer

  1. Go to 'Payments' on the bottom menu
  2. Tap the plus symbol, in the top-right corner 
  3. Select 'Bank recipient' or search your previous recipients
  4. Follow the prompts to enter the required details

This applies to the Revolut mobile app only. It's not possible to send a transfer on the web app.

If you don’t have the bank details you need, choose 'Create a payment link' instead of 'Bank recipient'.

We don't support transfers to some countries and currencies. You can find out more about unsupported transfers in this article. If the country or currency isn't available for a bank transfer, you may be able to send a transfer to a card by choosing 'Card Recipient'. If you are facing issues with editing beneficiary details, read this FAQ. If the details provided by the beneficiary are marked as incorrect in-app, please reach out to them to get the correct details.


You’ll see the estimated arrival of your transfer in-app before you send money. You can check this, and track your transfer, by tapping on it in your transaction history. To check our transfer timeframes for the various transfer types before sending money, go to this FAQ.


There are usually no limits, but we'll show you any exceptions in-app before you send money. You can send large amounts as usual. If we need any extra information from you, we'll let you know.


Revolut fees for sending a bank transfer:

  • No fee for GBP transfers within the UK
  • No fee for EUR transfers within the SEPA region
  • Small fee for transfers outside the UK & SEPA region

You'll be shown any Revolut fees before you send your transfer. We don't have visibility over fees from other banks. Learn more about these fees in this FAQ.

Paid plan customers get discounts on international transfer fees. Find out more on this page.

Issues sending a bank transfer

Tap on your transfer in your transaction history to download your transfer confirmation, track your transfer, and get specialised help on your transfer if needed.

If you need more help with bank transfers, read this FAQ.